Following in the award-winning reputation of Gale literary references and the acclaimed For Students line comes Literature of Developing Nations for Students. Finally, an easy-to-understand, in-depth, broad-focused source that provides critical coverage on the literature of developing nations at an affordable price has arrived.
For Students resources are specially crafted to meet the curricular needs of high school and undergraduate college students and their teachers, as well as the interests of general readers and researchers. Literature of Developing Nations for Students specifically meets the need for a resource that focuses on the literary works and style of regions that are studied in a growing number of high schools.
Easy-to-understand, in-depth and broadly focused, this 2-vol. source profiles approximately 50 authors and works from many developing regions that are often overlooked including Africa, Latin America, Asia/Pacific Rim, India and the Caribbean. Alphabetically arranged entries include authors' works, lives, literary style and social context through proprietary material, excerpted critical essays and further reading sources. Author, title and nationality indexes included.
"The chapters are well written and will be easily adaptable to a classroom setting. Because sources on literature from developing nations are not as abundant as those on other topics, this set may be just what teachers and professors need to strengthen these areas in their literature courses."
-- ARBA (2002)
Price: US $293.00